Arianna Huffington describes what she calls "the third women's revolution": a transformation of the world and its social values in order to suit both genders.
Former NASA astronaut Ron Garan explains how the cooperative lessons learned through space exploration are applicable in other realms of life.
There are 21 strategies for changing habits, says author Gretchen Rubin. The most fun is one that incorporates the usage of treats.
Quick: are you at all familiar with ultralipids, cholarine or plates of parallax? All of them? One of them? None? Read on, and in a couple of paragraphs you’ll see what your answer means for your personal level...
New word-tools can sometimes avoid old confusions. Let’s use “praxotype,” “cognotype,” and “technomorphic” to see human nature more accurately. Especially to see that we’re the least genetically constrained...
Don't just try to give your child the right answers. Lead them to smart conclusions by offering thought-out, open-ended questions.
by Big Think Editors
In this darkly hilarious outtake from his interview for Big Think Mentor, Neil deGrasse Tyson – astrophysicist and director of the Hayden Planetarium – warns that the universe is homicidal and we'd better watch our backs.